This new course for 2022 will begin by explaining major crypto-currency concepts and then going knee-deep into tax compliance and reporting issues, while including dozens of examples and completed forms. We will discuss and explain crypto, NFT’s, staking, nodes and lending and more while also discussing FBAR and FATCA issues.
We will then review the latest technology changes affecting tax offices while keeping an eye on, and providing guidance and recommendations for security in the tax office.
The last portion of the day will be devoted to discussing and illustrating tax reporting for emerging tax issues such as social influencers, consumer-to-consumer sellers, personal asset rentals and service based activities.
At the conclusion of the class the student will be able to identify major tax issues in order to cpmply with IRS guidance while preparing these returns.
This class in Part 1 should enable the student to understand the terminology used in cryptocurrency taxation. It then guides the student through the individual tax aspects of sales, purchases, mining, accepting crypto as business revenue, staking, lending and more. Using case studies, it illustrates tax returns prepared for individuals, businesses, NFT creators and sellers and more. It shows how clients invest in and report crypto activities. We also provide a thorough review of IRS guidance. Part 2 is a complete guide to IRS and business security issues provides written checklists, policies and letters for compliance. It also discusses various exposures from internet, physical and catastrophic issues and then provides clear guidance for eliminating or mitigating those losses, whether from hackers, thieves, solar storms, EMP, fires, floods, employees and many other situations. .Part 3 explains the correct tax reporting for consumer based tax issues such as Social Media income, Air BNB, Uber, Turo and many more consumer income activities
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Bob is a nationally renowned author and speaker, presenting continuing education classes to over 100,000 tax professionals over the last 20 years all over the world. Bob is a licensed CPA (Indiana),and an IRS Enrolled Agent. Bob is also a prolific author and has published over 60 professional articles in such magazines as the Journal of Accountancy as well as many other professional and consumer publications; annually authors several tax, accounting and technology manuals; and is a regular columnist for FoxBusiness.com. As the founder of his own regional CPA firm in 1984, Bob has dealt exclusively with individual and small business financial issues for over 30 years. Bob appears regularly in the media and has been quoted extensively by numerous publications. He has recorded an extensive number of information videos, DVD’s and instructional clips available on his website at TaxSpeaker.com.
Terry O’Leary Bakker CPA, EA, LTC 67985-C is the owner of O’Leary’s Tax Service, Ltd. in downtown Vancouver, Washington, across the river from Portland, Oregon. Terry graduated with her BS in Business Administration: Accounting from Portland State University in 1988 and has worked in tax ever since. Terry is an Enrolled Agent and a CPA licensed in Washington and Oregon. In addition to running an active tax practice serving the needs of individuals and small business, Terry has a commitment to the profession. She is a Past President of the Oregon Association of Independent Accountants, as well as holding other positions, including head of the Education Committee. As part of her commitment, she teaches the Enrolled Agents Preparation course for her Association and has spoken for all of the tax preparation associations in Oregon.